Croft 23/09 Update
Arrived to a cold and damp track. Weather was clear blue skies though so only had to wait until around 10ish for dry track to start forming.
First stint took a bit of getting used to the car with the new gripper diff. Before I’d probably leave car in a higher gear on corners so that I didn’t have full power on exit and could control the car on torque lower down the Rev range. Now I could be in one lower gear with revs right up and get on power earlier and hard! Impressive bit of kit and something my car has definitely been missing.
Couple more stints left me feeling more and more comfortable then carnage, out of nowhere a driveshaft failure! Thought originally it was clutch as I hardly had any drive which I thought you’d get with a gripper on one shaft?
Anyway up stepped @R20BTG
to wipe away my tears and form a salvage plan and save me reaching for the fuel and matches.
Iain loaded my car on to his trailer and very kindly towed my car home to his place and dropped me at the train station for me to get home. Martin then collected my car the next day from Iain’s and dropped it to AWMotorworks where it’s since been repaired. Amazing effort by those 2 guys in particular.
Also would like to mention @EthanMenace
for some pushing efforts. Nathe and his gang for their input and [USER=60559]@jimmybell
for setting fire to his car in an attempt to make me feel better